Resetting your PSN password? Don't. That's been hacked as well!
Poor, beleaguered Sony haven't been having much fun lately. Some rascals decided to hack the Playstation Network and steal a bunch of data, leaving Sony to dash around like headless chickens while they sorted the mess out.
Then, to say sorry, they offered some free games, which saw ungrateful shits whining about the games being offered because they already had them.
Still, at least things were getting sorted out, right? Wrong.
Sadly, Eurogamer has seen video evidence that shows that the Playstation Network password reset page has also been hacked which allows hackers to change your password. All they need is your PSN account email and your date of birth, which just happens to be the information leaked after the initial PSN hack.
Sony say: "Those who are still trying to change their password via Playstation.com or Qriocity.com will be unable to do so for the time being. This is due to essential maintenance and at present it is unclear how long this will take.
"In the meantime you will still be able to sign into PSN via your PlayStation 3 and PSP devices to connect to game services and view Trophy/Friends information."
Sony later said: "Clarification: this maintenance doesn't affect PSN on consoles, only the website you click through to from the password change email."
It is suggested that users should secure accounts by creating a completely new email that you will not use anywhere else and switching your PSN account to use this new email, or risk having your account swiped by a ne'er-do-well.
Oh dear, oh dear.